"I definitely feel like I just met my husband."
Clare Crawley became lovestruck as she watched 31-year-old Dale Moss walk toward her. This tall, dark, and handsome specimen was so alluring, he made Clare Crawley weak in the knees. From the very moment he stepped out of that limo, the 39-year-old Bachelorette began to glow from the inside out (honestly, I think it was the disco ball dress, and overpowering bronzer that made her glow).
After the gooey meet-and-greet, Crawley turned to the camera and said: "I knew it. I definitely feel like I just met my husband. I'm shaking."
A stunned Harrison responded: "I've been doing this for a while. You are the first person that stood here and said, 'I just found my husband."
Before Crawley morphed into a puddle of love goo, she said: "I felt it. I just know. I'm 39. Like, you know these things. I know what I want. I know when I feel that feeling."
Of course, social media had some jokes about what just happened.
Some fans questioned whether they knew each other before their televised meeting.
Clare Crawley addressed this concern, and said she researched her suitors while in quarantine. She researched Dale and really loved everything she learned about him.
So, who got the first impression rose?
Do I really have to answer this?
Anyways, with Clare's season starting and ending on night one, fans are looking forward to seeing Tayshia sift through Clare's leftovers.
As for Clare's lust at first sight, when you haven't been around a man for a long time, and a young shiny new toy is handed to you on a platter, of course you're going to fall. Will that translate into a fully committed, life-long marriage? Doubtful. The Bachelor does not have a compelling success rate. There are only a handful of couples that have worked out. Sorry, Clare. Enjoy the young buck though!
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